Two people charged after class A drugs and blade found
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Two people have been charged after a large sum of drugs and a blade was found.
They were stopped in Norwich on Tuesday, January 22 and found to be carrying a large sum of class A drugs and a double bladed lock knife.
They were taken into custody and have been charged with class A drug offences and possession of a blade.
On Twitter Norwich Police said: 'Two arrested for one positive @DrugWipeUK, class A drug offences and possession of a double bladed lock knife have been charged and remanded in custody. #KnifeFree #OpGravity #OpMoonshotCity #Disrupt #Protect #PC1512 #PC1716.'
Operation Moonshot was launched in West Norfolk in April 2016 as a six-month pilot. It proved to be a success and has since been rolled out across the county.
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Operation Gravity was launched the same year and looks to disrupt the supply of drugs from outside Norfolk.
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